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Beacon Falls to hold town meeting tonight

BEACON FALLS – Residents can attend a town meeting Monday on a proposed bond package that will then be adjourned to a referendum later this month. The town meeting is…

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Naugy school board aiming for no increase in budget

NAUGATUCK — It’s going to be tight, but Board of Education Chair Kathleen Donovan hopes to keep this year’s budget flat. “I think we’re going to have to prepare a…

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Borough Catholic schools look to merger for salvation

Faced with decreasing enrollments and financial deficits, Naugatuck’s two Catholic schools will become one under the name St. Theresa School. “As we come together, it is imperative to keep Christ…

Pro shop opening at Hop Brook

NAUGATUCK–The Hop Brook Golf Course Pro Shop will be open from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on weekends beginning March 19. Annual memberships and gift certificates will be available at…

Borough Park and Rec summer job openings

The Naugatuck Park and Recreation Department is currently accepting applications for the following positions–camp counselors, must be over 15 years old; camp supervisors, must be over 18 years old; lifeguards,…

Beacon Falls resident running for cancer research

BOSTON – On April 18, Erin Pringle from Beacon Falls will be running in the 115th Boston Marathon to help conquer cancer as a member of the Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge…

Supper Club starting

Do you like good cooking, a variety of cuisines, sharing recipes, and meeting people with similar interests? Then join us for an organizational meeting for a new supper club in…

Beacon Falls Lions Club offering scholarships

The Beacon Falls Lions Club is now accepting applications for three $2,000 college scholarships. The William Cable Memorial Scholarship and two Beacon Falls Lions Club Scholarships will be awarded to…

Motorist grounded, spared jail in road rage case

WATERBURY — Letters and testimony from friends and family saved Alan Michael Harte from prison last Friday. Harte, 67, of Watertown, had pleaded no contest to first-degree assault and reckless…